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Proposal Writing Support

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Grant/Proposal Writing Tips and Tutorials

Additional Resources

  • NIH Center for Scientific Review: Inside the NIH Grant Review Process
    A video of a mock study section meeting to provide an inside look at how NIH grant applications are reviewed for scientific and technical merit including information on what applicants can do to improve the chances their applications will receive a positive review.

  • NIH Office of Extramural Research (OER): New Investigators Program
    Provides information for those applying for any NIH funded grant who have not previously served as the principal investigators (PI) on any Public Health Service-supported research project.

  • Grants.Gov: Help
    Includes applicant and grantor resources, Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about, the quarterly "Succeed" E-Newsletter and webcast archive.

  • Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): Technical Assistance and Training for SAMHSA Grant Applicants
    Includes a training manual, webcasts, mental health and substance abuse data sets and more to assist when writing grants focusing on substance abuse and mental health.

  • USDA Rural Information Center: A Guide to Funding Resources
    "Internet Resources" includes links to searchable federal and private funding databases that are available to local governments, community organizations, and individuals. Web links to more than sixty full-text online guides, manuals, and tips to assist grantwriters prepare successful proposals are provided. "Additional Resources" is a bibliographic listing of published grant writing resources and funding directories.

  • Society of Research Administrators (SRA) International: Grants Web
    Provides an overview of beginning the grant process, links to agency policies, federal forms, private funding sources and a NonProfit Gateway for Federal government information.

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